Tennessee Farm Featured as The Wall Street Journal’s “House of the Day”

Tennessee Farm Featured as The Wall Street Journal’s “House of the Day”

August 28, 2018 | Hall and Hall

Situated on the northern side of the Tennessee-Alabama state line, Round Cove is a stunning 2,192± acre property on the Cumberland Plateau near the town of Winchester, Tennessee.  It boasts an exceptionally well built main home with amazing Appalachia views overlooking the valley below known as Round Cove.

Uniquely, this property encompasses the entire northern 2 miles of Round Cove and all of the towering ridges surrounding this vast landscape. The privacy is unrivaled and the seclusion for wildlife to thrive in abundance is immense. Adding to this expansive landscape are 74,000 acres of adjacent protected lands that include Bear Hollow Wildlife Management Area and Skyline WMA.

Built in 2005, with a major addition and renovation completed in 2016, the main home is 5,475 sq. ft. and made entirely out of America woods much of which was custom milled onsite. There isn’t a piece of sheetrock in the entire place! Round Cove is self-sufficient and totally off the grid. The property is very well maintained with an impressive road system and an intensely dedicated wildlife management program.

To read The Wall Street Journal story, click here.